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... at 4am by the heaviest rain we have ever heard! It feels like the building is going to come down and car alarms were being set off. Then the thunder and lightening starts which is like nothing we have seen or heard either. The room was being fully lit by the lightening and the thunder was genuinely scary! To add to it our roof started leaking which soaked my bedside table with My iPod and earphones on. Fingers crossed they still work in the morning. It kept us awake for a ...
... an authentic Malaysian name don't you think?)
The train was quite different from the one we'd travelled on in Vietnam- there were no cabins. It had seats which then got turned into bunk beds in the evening. We settled in for the long haul and then got chatting to a guy called Daniel, from Cardiff of all places!
... but we soon did … 2,800 feet…as the cable car started to go up, up, up and our ears were popping! About halfway up … Kevin said “This is no hill … this is a <beeping> mountain!!!! It took 7 minutes to reach the top. The views were breathtaking. It was not busy at all! Everyone must have been going to other Chinese New ...
... completely. He was peeing up a storm and eating normally again without vomiting. He was much happier and scampered around searching for attention and dog treats. The vet and the dog’s parents finally caught up on their sleep as well, and lived to have many more adventures.
Cast of Characters:
Yorkshire terrier: Junior
Dog’s mom: Candace Cavilee
Dog’s dad: Shane Cavilee
Imported vet from Australia: Gaby ...
... I can safely say, I would not visit again even if you pay me: entire temple got turned into big souvenir shop- not only step leading to the temple, but even inside- you can see T-shirts hanging next to the Buddha statue. In the middle of the complex you see a little lake with literally hundreds of turtles- crawling at each other, stepping on the dead ones etc. Next to it you will obviously see few stalls selling plants so you can feed them. Overall- very depressing experience ...